Meet Keenan Andrus of LBCKee
It started when I was a freshman in college and I began making videos for my friends who played football. Those videos are bad compared to what I am doing now. For some unknown reason, I took like a year off and to this day I do not know why. Fast forward to winter of 2018, I decided I was gonna do Youtube and I realized you are going to need to edit your own videos and that’s where I began editing everything I could. I use to come home from class and just record and make videos from that and watch countless Youtube videos. One day my friend asked me to come to his photoshoot with him and the rest is history, I learned a lot that day and since then it has been an obsession.
Nothing in life comes easy and that is with this journey I have taken. I have gone broke, I have been left clueless on what to do. I have even had family members tell me to not pursue this and focus on school instead. Even now, I go to school full-time, work a part-time job and I am in LA every weekend doing video work too. That alone is time-consuming but I enjoy the process, I find many things about myself throughout this process.
I specialize in videography. I am known for making basketball videos, event recaps, workout videos, and some of my Youtube videos. I try to be versatile in all areas of filmmaking until I find my niche and I am going to stick with that. The area that sets me apart from others is my creativity. I think of some good ideas and once I see them come to life its a great thing. I remember one time I shot a video for someone and we were limited on time and one location. They had a strict time schedule and things did not go according to plan, but I directed and guided them and turned that one location video into something amazing. The little things like that and my attention to the details is what separates me apart.
I define success as constant improvement in your field/craft. As long as you get better every day at your craft you will see results and you will be more successful than you have been in the past. Another thing I can consider to be successful is when people recognize you for your work. When other people can recognize the greatness in your work and you are not self-proclaiming it, you are successful.